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Sooo .... who else is going to Paizocon?

That's .. erm, May 25th to 28th - so I might be a bit late asking for some of you. ^^;

 

I know Mr. Thorne and I will be there. Don't know what all we'll be doing exactly, but I know we'll be there.

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It's been a few years since I've attended. Got tired of paying for others & too introverted to go by myself.

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Eventually I'll make it up to PCon, but like Rcon right now having it on a major holiday is a big no for me. 

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That's family reunion weekend.  I might get disowned if I skipped to fly to Seattle.  :lol:

 

On 5/3/2018 at 3:25 AM, haldir said:

Eventually I'll make it up to PCon, but like Rcon right now having it on a major holiday is a big no for me. 

 

While I don't have to work every holiday, I do have to work some so I can sympathize.  Holiday events mean I either have to miss every few years or hunt for coworkers willing to trade.

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My enthusiasm for PaizoCon fizzled when they stopped having Reaper there for Paint & Takes, since we still play 3.5e.  Probably we will have regular gaming on the Saturday and we have friends that have an annual party on the Monday.

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3 hours ago, LittleBluberry said:

My enthusiasm for PaizoCon fizzled when they stopped having Reaper there for Paint & Takes

Interesting since Reaper hasn't missed a year for Paint and Take.

 

This year One Boot is going to host it for us.

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22 minutes ago, ladystorm said:

Interesting since Reaper hasn't missed a year for Paint and Take.

 

This year One Boot is going to host it for us.

 

Really?  I remember checking one year and getting a "no".  Maybe I'm getting it confused with PAX.  My bad.

 

Edit:  You did stop going to PAX West, right?  I'm not completely imagining it all...  

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5 minutes ago, LittleBluberry said:

Really?  I remember checking one year and getting a "no".  Maybe I'm getting it confused with PAX.  My bad.

 

Yeah, it's probably PAX West you're thinking of. There wasn't a PnT last year (which may have been due to Bones 4 ending during the middle of it). 

 

Huzzah! 

--OneBoot :D 

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